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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-02-13T14:38:02Z by SystemAdmin
livio
livio
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Pinned topic Modifying service import for BAPI outbound processing.

‏2012-02-12T17:27:06Z |
I'm using RAD 8.0.4 and WAS 8.0.0.2.
I have an application which calls several custom RFCs in a SAP system.
Many of these RFCs changed and I need to regenerate the import component with the modified data.
In the infocenter for IBM BPM 7.5 (which I have not installed) I found a chapter titled "Modifying artifacts", which fits exactly to my case.
It explains what to do but it makes use of an "assembly editor" and/or a "Business Integration view" which I could'nt find in my RAD.

Is there any other similar technique which makes use of the RAD only?
Alternatively, is there something else I need to install on top of my RAD (without disrupting my applications) to get the missing functionality?

Thanks for your help and regards.
Livio
Updated on 2012-02-13T14:38:02Z at 2012-02-13T14:38:02Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: Modifying service import for BAPI outbound processing.

    ‏2012-02-13T04:32:31Z  
    Hi Livio,

    The "Edit Binding" feature is only available with IBM Integration Designer and is not a supported feature for Rational Application Developer (RAD) tools.

    Regards, Srinu
  • livio
    livio
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    Re: Modifying service import for BAPI outbound processing.

    ‏2012-02-13T14:08:13Z  
    Hi Livio,

    The "Edit Binding" feature is only available with IBM Integration Designer and is not a supported feature for Rational Application Developer (RAD) tools.

    Regards, Srinu
    Hi Srinivasan,
    thank you for your reply.
    Since I do not know IBM Integration Designer, I need some more help.
    I read that it is Eclipse based and it can cohexist with RAD.
    But can they share the same workspace (where my projects are)?

    Thanks again and regards,
    Livio
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: Modifying service import for BAPI outbound processing.

    ‏2012-02-13T14:38:02Z  
    • livio
    • ‏2012-02-13T14:08:13Z
    Hi Srinivasan,
    thank you for your reply.
    Since I do not know IBM Integration Designer, I need some more help.
    I read that it is Eclipse based and it can cohexist with RAD.
    But can they share the same workspace (where my projects are)?

    Thanks again and regards,
    Livio
    Hi Livio,

    Both IBM Integration Designer and RAD are eclipse based. If the applications are developed in the perspective that is available on the other tool, then the workspace sharing is possible after completing workspace migration. However, for the J2C bean projects generated in your workspace, the "Edit Binding" will still not work even after move to IBM Integration Designer.

    Regards, Srinu